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Re: Who were the other Regents with Lord Robert Boyd in 1460-1466?
by Louise Gibson
5 months, 2 weeks
Annual Revenues of Hostages given in Security of the Ransom of James I. in 1424, Rymer X 327
by Mike Boyd
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Newspapers c1770 in Ayrshire
by Murray Reid
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Who were the other Regents with Lord Robert Boyd in 1460-1466?
by Mike Boyd
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Re: AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 14, Issue 68
by Louise Gibson
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Digest emails
by Glenys Savage
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Re: Scotland
by Louise Gibson
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OPR Numbers
by Margaret Rome
5 months, 3 weeks
The Family of Adam Boyd born 1650 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland?
by Mike Boyd
5 months, 3 weeks
TAM /BOYD/BOYLE family
by DT
3 months, 2 weeks
Scotland
by Murray Reid
5 months
Thomas Boyd of Pitcon
by List user
5 months, 3 weeks
Re: Thomas Boyd of Pitcon, Ayrshire, granted 500 acres in Georgia in 1736
by Louise Gibson
5 months, 3 weeks
Thomas Boyd of Pitcon, Ayrshire, granted 500 acres in Georgia in 1736
by Mike Boyd
5 months, 3 weeks
Agnes Allen. (b 1721) "DNA Verified"
by Murray Reid
5 months, 3 weeks
The Two William Boyd’s of Bedford County, Virginia.
by Mike Boyd
5 months, 3 weeks
The known family of James Boyd and Elizabeth Montgomery of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
by Mike Boyd
6 months, 2 weeks
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